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Old 04-24-08, 04:44 AM
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FD Autox classification

Hey all, probably just having some trouble due to being tired, but I'm trying to figure out what class my car would be in, I'm assuming ASP?

List of mods:
PowerFC
Fluidyne Rad
Bonez downpipe
RB catback
Koni Yellows + Tein H-tech springs
17x8.5 and 17x9.5 wheels
SS brake lines

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Old 04-24-08, 04:36 PM
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At this moment in time the radiator puts you into Street Mod 2. There may or may not be a change in the future as it has been discussed and I think it may be posted in an SCCA Fastrack rule change soon.

Here is a thread on SCCAforums about the topic:

http://sccaforums.com/forums/thread/286402.aspx
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Alright awesome, just what I needed to know.
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Originally Posted by finky View Post
At this moment in time the radiator puts you into Street Mod 2. There may or may not be a change in the future as it has been discussed and I think it may be posted in an SCCA Fastrack rule change soon.

Here is a thread on SCCAforums about the topic:

http://sccaforums.com/forums/thread/286402.aspx
+1 Currently car sits in SM2 due to the non-stock radiator. If that rule change is passed, then she'll be eligible for ASP.

Question to the OP, are you on the stock turbos? If so, what kind of numbers are you making? If you're not on the stock turbos, then you'll remain in SM2.
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Yes I'm on stock turbos still, as for power, I'm not sure, still running 10psi and the only power adding mods I really have are the downpipe and catback, as well as a modded airbox. Would I be classed differently with stock turbos and a different power output?
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